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Monday, February 1, 2010

Drift ice From the Sea of Okhotsk



Now, my front 1 n.m (about 1.8 km) is Russian territorial waters.
The aim of the coast guardianship may be locked on my forehead.

I am at the Abashiri offing the place of about 2 n.m, Hokkaidō.

Drift ice flows through here every year from the Sea of Okhotsk.




The water which flowed from the Amur River lowers salinity of the seawater.
Salt was drained by the process when it was frozen.
It occurs in about the end from the middle of January.

It comes alongside the pier from the end of January to about the beginning of February.
The sea is completely covered with drift ice until about the end of March and cannot navigate the ship.




The seal does child care on drift ice with a few natural enemies.
Birds such as White-tailed Eagle or Ezo red fox are carried on drift ice, and come over from the Siberia to East Hokkaido.

Photo plankton sticks to drift ice.
When it is spring, the photo plankton multiplies at a stretch.
Animal plankton increases to bait in this and does the fishing ground of the Sea of Okhotsk wealthily.

It is the working of the west Pacific from the winter to the spring.

45 comments:

  1. Hola Ruma, espectaculares imágenes, bellísimas!!
    en mi blog te he dado una respuesta sobre los cristales del agua.
    muchas gracias!
    un abrazo desde mi isla a tu isla.

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  2. Que frias tienen que estar esas aguas!

    Que belleza! expectaculares fotografias.

    Besos

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  3. Ese mar con los blancos trazos del hielo reaviva la estampa del invierno, y las aves salpican de vida esa inmensidad matizada de grises y azules.

    Saludos.

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  4. ¡Ay, mi frente 1 nm (aproximadamente 1,8 km) es de las aguas territoriales de Rusia.
    El objetivo de la tutela de la costa puede ser bloqueado en mi frente.

    Estoy en la lontananza de Abashiri el lugar de cerca de 2 nm, Hokkaido.

    Hielo a la deriva a través de los flujos de aquí cada año desde el Mar de Ojotsk.

    El agua que corría desde el río Amur baja salinidad del agua de mar.
    La sal era drenado por el proceso cuando fue congelada.
    Se presenta en aproximadamente el final de la mediados de enero.

    Viene junto al embarcadero desde el final de enero y el principio sobre el mes de febrero.
    El mar está completamente cubierta de hielo a la deriva hasta finales de marzo y no puede navegar en el barco.
    El sello tiene el cuidado de niños en hielo a la deriva con unos pocos enemigos naturales.
    Aves como el águila de cola blanca o zorro Ezo rojo se llevan sobre el hielo a la deriva, y se pase de la Siberia oriental de Hokkaido.

    Foto plancton se adhiere a la deriva de hielo. Cuando es la primavera, el plancton se multiplican foto de un tirón. Aumenta el plancton animal de cebo en el presente y no el caladero del Mar de Ojotsk wealthily.

    Es el trabajo del oeste del Pacífico, desde el invierno a la primavera.

    Precioso relato RUMA.
    Gusto traducirlo y contemplar sus imágenes.
    Un fuerte abrazo AMIGA

    RUMA Beautiful story.
    Taste translate and contemplate its images.
    A big hug AMIGA

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  5. Hello Ruma :o). Beautifull imagies.

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  6. Strange sight with all the ice. Very special.

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  7. Your picturs make me travelling Japan from south to north.

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  8. The flow of the ice and the soaring bird are wonderful images. It's very cold but your photos and words bring delightful warmth.
    Thanks.

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  9. Amur river is my river. My hometown is located on its bank. So, that ice was passing my town, its beautiful riverfront, parks and cliffs. Thank you for showing it to me, Ruma, I haven't seen it for so long! You made my day!

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  10. impressive pictures and sound information! I really like how you organize your blog. It's always a pleasure when you read it, marvel at and enjoy.

    herzliche Grüße aus Norddeutschland

    Isabella

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  11. Elaboro trabalhos (retratos, pinturas...) com diversos materiais. Para fazer uma encomenda é necessário enviar as fotos ou imagens a serem reproduzidas ou então se não tiver uma foto/imagem daquilo que prentende, apresente a sua ideia para o meu respectivo e-mail. As imagens / fotos terão de apresentar uma qualidade aceitável. Os preços dependerão do tipo da encomenda. (Retratos a partir de 20€, realizados em papel próprio - CANSON). Eu criei um blog com a minha arte: telas, desenhos e criei o blog há pouco tempo e preciso de divulgar o blog: http://rythagallery.blogspot.com

    Comenta =D
    Obrigado pela atençao

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  12. Spectacular images. I am always struck by the frozen sea. Greetings,

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  13. Wonderful story of the frozen waters, Ruma, and magnificent photographs.

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  14. I can't wait for spring and sakura. You? :)

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  15. It looks so cold and lonely. Lovely.
    Kat

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  16. How neat: lovely pictures and I learned something too!
    Fabulous!:)

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  17. Merci Ruma de toutes ces informations, et tes photos sont géniales !

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  18. Beautiful photographs, Ruma. The water must be ferociously cold!! Can the animals that are carried off on the drift ice survive? Of course, the birds can fly away and seals are sea creatures as well so they can swim and fish and get back up on the ice...but the Edo fox, he cannot find food on the ice?

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  19. Belas fotos e lindas paisagens!
    Gostei especialmente da luz da primeira!
    saudações do Porto, Portugal

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  20. What an amazing sight to see. I've never seen such a thing. Too warm in the Pacific.

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  21. Hello Ruma, I have liked very much your blog, approaching the Japanese culture, your post of the calligraphy are my favorites...

    best regards from spain

    PD. My apologies, my english is very bad.

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  22. All the photos are beautiful, but the first one is awesome!

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  23. very beautiful photos, specially the first one. well done

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  24. Wow! What beautiful pictures!I loved the last one.

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  25. Sehr schöne Bilder. ich erlaube mir, mich in Deinem Blog einzuschreiben.
    Gruss aus der Schweiz
    Hanspi

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  26. Para los que vivimos al lado de aguas 'cálidas', es impresionante ver esos hielos a la deriva.
    Gracias a Makistakis por la traducción.

    Saludos

    CristalRasgado & LaMiradaAusente
    _______________________________

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  27. Very interesting post and very beautiful photos, Ruma.
    BRRR !

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  28. He recordado una pélicula: "Viva la gente maravillosa" Es muy antigua y ya no es posible encontrarla... en ella se veían animales que eran transportados por troncos, o hielo, o ramaje en las épocas de lluvias o deshielos... el narrador con sus comentarios nos hacía entrar en situación... muy bonita... como la historia que tú cuentas. Me imagino el frío tan intenso que ha de haber en ese lugar... A todo se adaptan los seres vivos... Me gusta vivir atenta a la naturaleza.

    Muchas gracias por la información sobre la música. No sabia que hablaba de esa tierra. Me gusta Sakamoto y la elegí al azar, bueno no tan azar :), me gusta dejarme guiar por el instinto :)
    Ellos han conocido el sufrimiento, y no se apegan a nada... de ahí su flexibilidad, me parece :) algo que comparto... lo que ha de ser será :) y yo procuro que mis acciones labren el camino, si :)
    Un abrazo Ruma, lleno de gratitud por tu compañía.


    I remembered a movie: "Viva the wonderful people" is very old and can no longer find ... there were animals that were transported on logs, or ice or branches in times of rain or snowmelt ... the narrator with his comments made us go into this ... very nice ... as the story you tell. I guess the cold so intense that there should be in that place ... To all living things are adapted ... I like living attentive to nature.

    Thank you very much for the information about music. I did not know who talked about the land. I like Sakamoto and chose at random, well not so random:) I like to be guided by instinct:)
    They have known suffering, and not stick to anything ... hence its flexibility, I think:) something I share ... what is to be will be:) and I try my actions till the road if:)
    A hug Ruma, filled with gratitude for your company.

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  29. Preciosas fotografías. Gracias por su exposición y la información. Un cordial saludo

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  30. Beautiful shots, Ruma! I love the sun reflecting off the water and the ice. And the other photos look so cold. . .

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  31. Siempre aprendo algo Cuando visito tu blog. Gracias, Ruma
    Un abrazo. Elsa

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  32. Breathtakingly awesome pictures!!!
    I love the first 2 most! :)

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  33. Nature knows what she has to do, year after year...
    but humans don't know what they do...

    Beautiful islands of ice!

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  34. Fotos muito lindas. Agua e gelo, um espetáculo. Mas deve estar muito frio. eheheh

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  35. Stunning captures Ruma..such dramatic scenes of nature! Thank you for the details as well! Awesome post-

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  36. The first image is particularly beautiful, Ruma!

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  37. Beautiful and fantastic shots !! Amazing !!

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  38. You travel a lot, Ruma, I've never been there !
    It's beautiful....

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  39. Preciosas las fotografías de ese mar con hielo ... fantasticas ... un abrazo

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  40. Wow, it looks very cold and very pretty.

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  41. wonderful captures! How fascinating this process and to see it for yourself!

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  42. Unbelievable.
    Spectacular images.
    And what a colors!

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